Winter storm will impact southern N.B., miss northern part of province

It looks like only some parts of New Brunswick will be affected by the nor'easter tonight and into Sunday.

Snowfall amounts are expected to be up to 20 cm in some areas

A Fredericton resident clears a path out of the latest snowstorm in Fredericton. (Julianne Hazlewood/CBC)

It looks like only some parts of New Brunswick will be affected by the nor'easter tonight and into Sunday. 

"The nor'easter is mostly skirting New Brunswick but will have some impact as far as snow and winds," said CBC meteorologist Kalin Mitchell. 

"Southern areas of the province, especially along the Bay of Fundy coastline, could see snowfall amounts of 10 to 20 centimetres. This includes Saint John and Moncton. Much of the rest of New Brunswick can expect five to 10 centimetres of snow today and tonight." 

Winds are expected to between 20 to 30 km/h with gusting 40 to 50 km/h. 

Temperatures will be -9 C.

Saint John has declared a temporary overnight snow parking ban for the north, east and west areas of the city. 

The ban is in effect from 12 a.m. to 7 a.m. Sunday.

For people who may be travelling, there is a winter storm warning in effect for Nova Scotia


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